ALL OF THE FIST PUMPS. Nashville Predators rookie Viktor Arvidsson scored his first NHL goal on Thursday, and while it wasn't highlight reel-worthy it sure didn't hurt his excitement. The goal came in the first period against the Carolina Hurricanes. Show More Summary
Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price has won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's best goaltender at the league's annual award show in Las Vegas. Price beat out Devan Dubnyk of the Minnesota Wild and Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators for the award. Show More Summary
Amongst the congratulations of the Chicago Blackhawks a special one from here at Notinhalloffame.com goes to Kimmo Timonen, a Finnish born defender who is retiring as a Stanley Cup Champion. Debuting with the Nashville Predators in 1998,...Show More Summary
The first rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs are done, and the intriguing storylines have been answered. Such as: Can the St. Louis Blues stop choking in the first round? (No). Could the Nashville Predators overcome the loss of captain Shea Weber early in the series (No, but they battled better than most thought possible). Show More Summary
The Nashville Predators made some solid progress this season, as they improved from a record of a record of 38-32-12 with 88 points in 2013-14 to 47-25-10 and 104 points in 2014-15. The addition of Peter Laviolette behind the bench was...Show More Summary
On Saturday, the Chicago Blackhawks eliminated the Nashville Predators from the NHL playoffs. ABC 7 in Chicago was so excited, they eliminated half of the team’s name: That’s just…embarrassing for multiple reasons, and not something we need to elaborate on further. [h/t The post Screengrab Snafu – ABC 7 in Chicago is confused appeared first on Awful Announcing.
Two NHL first-round playoff series came to an end Saturday night when the Chicago Blackhawks and Calgary Flames eliminated the Nashville Predators and Vancouver Canucks, respectively. Two more series could also come to an end Sunday when the Minnesota Wild host the St. Show More Summary
The Blackhawks just won their playoff series against the Nashville Predators! Let's turn on the local Chicago news and see their story on it. I sure hope they don't forget to add the bird part of the Blackhawks name. That sure would be awkward! Oh no. They forgot.
The Blackhawks advanced with a 4-3 win in Game 6. Offensive might ultimately overcame defensive prowess, as the Chicago Blackhawks eliminated the Nashville Predators with a 4-3 win in Game 6 on Saturday. Nashville lost despite scoring the quickest three goals in franchise history in the first period. Show More Summary
After dropping Game 5 in Nashville, the Chicago Blackhawks have another opportunity to knock out the Predators and advance to the conference semifinal round of the playoffs. Nashville scored four third period goals and stayed alive with a 5-2 victory. Show More Summary
Trying to move on in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, the Chicago Blackhawks host the Nashville Predators at the United Center in Game 6.
Filip Forsberg had the first hat trick in Nashville Predators’ playoff history on Thursday night to lead his team to a decisive 5-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 5 of their Western Conference playoff series at Bridgestone Arena. The...Show More Summary
In the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, no series lead is ever safe. Well, at the very least, tell that to the three teams facing elimination on Saturday. Th New York Islanders, Nashville Predators and Vancouver Canucks are all on the brink...Show More Summary
Nashville tries to force a Game 7. If the Nashville Predators really are going to attempt to rally and bring down the Chicago Blackhawks without their captain, their latest win should bring them confidence. The Predators will look to force a seventh game when they visit the Blackhawks on Saturday for Game 6. Show More Summary
Elimination will wait another day for Vancouver and Nashville. Thursday was supposed to be the night we got a series of playoff eliminations. We all were supposed to tweet snarky things about the teams that lost before reining ourselves...Show More Summary
It turns out that all the Predators needed was to be pushed to the brink of extinction. With their playoff lives on the line, Nashville showed the toothy brand of attack that made the team so deadly during the regular season. The result...Show More Summary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — No town makes the most out of desperation better than this one, the honky-tonk capital of the world, where they regularly turn angst into opportunity and capitalize on looming calamity.
Filip Forsberg silenced his doubters and saved his team. A rookie with a chip on his shoulder helped the Nashville Predators stave off elimination in Game 5 with an important 5-2 win against the Chicago Blackhawks. Much like the New York Islanders a few hours before them, the game started well for Chicago before completely getting out of hand. Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks will look to close out the Nashville Predators on the road Thursday night at Bridgestone Arena, and we'll bring you live coverage of Game 5 of their Western Conference playoff series. Brent Seabrook's goal just...Show More Summary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Bryan Bickell broke out the cliches to describe the importance of Game 5 between the Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators on Thursday night at Bridgestone Arena.